What’s this Journeyman Project business? Is this like that NBC show that got cancelled a couple years back?
No, it’s not the TV show, go away. The Journeyman Project is a series of first-person adventure games released in the 1990s, developed by the now-defunct Presto Studios. The first game was one of the first CD-ROM adventure games ever released, coming out just a few months before the Myst franchise started up. In the games you play an agent in the Temporal Security Agency (TSA) who saves history, and you do it a lot better than Jean Claude Van Damme ever did. Although the acting is at about the same level. The Journeyman games won a bunch of awards and got some pretty good press when they came out, but they’ve been gradually forgotten about over time.
Wait! I played Journeyman Project! Why is this called Pegasus Prime? Why does it look different?
Pegasus Prime is a remake of the first title of the series. It was released in 1997 for the Mac OS and the Apple Pippin console that sold like 14 copies. It’s really hard to find a copy of the game, and even if you do get one, you’ll need a Mac OS 9 emulator to run it. (For this LP, I’m using Sheepshaver.)